Charts in Access: Overview You can create charts in Access by using the “Chart Wizard” to add charts to reports. The “Chart Wizard” creates charts that represent data from your queries or tables. There are many chart types available. Charts appear as controls in reports. To add charts in Access to reports, click the
Format Error Bars in Charts in Excel: Overview You can format error bars in charts in Excel if you add them to a chart. To format error bars in charts in Excel, first choose the set of error bars to format. To do this, click the “Format” tab within the “Chart Tools” contextual tab.
Format Data Labels in Excel: Overview You can format data labels in Excel if you choose to add data labels to a chart. To format data labels in Excel, choose the set of data labels to format. To do this, click the “Format” tab within the “Chart Tools” contextual tab in the Ribbon. Then
Insert a Chart in PowerPoint: Overview To insert a chart in PowerPoint, click the “Insert” tab in the Ribbon. Then click the “Chart” button in the “Illustrations” button group on the “Insert” tab. Doing this then opens the “Insert Chart” dialog box. This dialog box lets you select the desired chart type and subtype
The Field List in Report Charts in Project: Overview You can use the Field List in report charts in Project to change the data shown in the chart. The Field List in report charts in Project appears in a pane at the right side of the application window. Here you can modify the fields
Name an Embedded Chart in Excel: Overview You can name an embedded chart in Excel by selecting the chart to name within a worksheet. You can then click into the “Name Box” at the left end of the Formula Bar and then enter a new name for your selected chart. Naming your chart allows
Forecast Sheets in Excel 2016: Overview You can insert forecast sheets in Excel 2016 into your workbook to predict future trends from existing time-based data. To create forecast sheets in Excel 2016, you must have a series of date or time entries for the timeline, as well as corresponding values for those time or
Click here to view the complete tutorial Creating Pivot Tables and PivotCharts You can use the PivotTable feature of Excel to access some of the most powerful data-analysis that Excel can provide. PivotTables allow you to organize massive amounts of data in more coherent and meaningful